Still Unstable, AC Milan Optimistic Mute Athens

Still Unstable, AC Milan Optimistic Mute Athens

Strong storms continue to hit AC Milan lately Only one victory they achieved in the last six games in all competitions 2017/2018 season. Now, the exams await them on their way to AEK Athens headquarters.

Critics continue to hit AC Milan following poor results in several matches this season. That’s because they failed to win the game is not too difficult.

In the last six games, they are three times lying, twice stuck, and only once won. The current defeat is a 0-2 defeat of Juventus in the 11th week of Serie A, last weekend.

However, the defeat did not affect Milan’s motivation ahead of Athens on the fourth matchday of Group D Europa League at Olympiako Stadio Spyros on Friday (3/11/2017) early morning hrs.

“It will be a tough game against a great team – the first match shows that they are a tough team, but Milan are superior in terms of individuals,” Milan coach Vincenzo Montella told Football Italia.

At the first meeting at the San Siro, October 22, 2017, AC Milan failed to achieve three points. That’s because Athens successfully forced the host to end the game with a score of glasses.

Honor 2 Competitions

Seeing the current conditions, there are suggestions that Milan should start focus Europa League. That’s because their chances of winning the scudetto are very small. The defeat of Juventus put them down to eighth in Serie A.

“It is our duty to honor both tournaments, we want to secure first place in this group, but there is also a chance to stay in Serie A. I remain confident there will be a change,” said Montella.

“We had more trouble than expected but I think this team will handle it well.We need results, my football model is controlling the ball and I think there is a lot of talent that we have, so I am very optimistic,” he added.

AC Milan Rota in All Competitions

Serie A

Crotone 0-3 Milan

Milan 2-1 Cagliari

Lazio 4-1 Milan

Milan 2-1 Udinese

Milan 2-0 SPAL

Sampdoria 2-0 Milan

Milan 0-2 Rome

Inter 3-2 Milan

Milan 0-0 Genoa

Chievo 1-4 Milan

Milan 0-2 Juventus

Europa League

Austria Vienne 1-5 Milan

Milan 3-2 Rijeka

Milan 0-0 Athens

Scholes: Mourinho Is A Defensive Coach

Scholes: Mourinho Is A Defensive Coach

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes admits that Jose Mourinho is a defensive coach figure

In the era of Sir Alex Ferguson, MU is known as a brilliant team in attack. Many fans would like to see it again in the Jose Mourinho era, but Scholes feels that MU’s team this season has not been able to display the football fans want.

“They are in a position, where the manager they are bringing in, is only assigned to win the league,” the Englishman told reporters.

“In four years, the club is not in a position to understand how to win the league.”

“We are all certainly happy to see football attack – the waves of ongoing attacks – but right now, I do not feel this team can afford to do that.

“That’s not the way of the manager. He first and foremost, is a defensive coach. He built a method that made the other teams stop playing the ball, and stop winning. He’s doing that. “